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Stephen Caffrey showed a passion for acting early on, and by the time he graduated from high school, he co-founded a theater group with some friends in Chicago. In 1984, he landed a recurring part on the classic soap, "All My Children," where he appeared until 1986 and in the process earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Juvenile. The following year became a turning point, when he was cast as Lieutenant Myron Goldman, a lead character on CBSâ¿¿s Vietnam War drama "Tour of Duty," a groundbreaking TV series in terms of showing American combat scenes during the war; the part has remained the biggest of Caffreyâ¿¿s career. Towards the end of his "Tour of Duty" run, Caffrey appeared in a film that represented the other end of the content spectrum: "Longtime Companion," a romance set within the context of the birth of the AIDS epidemic in New York. Caffrey played Fuzzy, a lawyer who represents Howard, an actor who becomes a victim of the disease. Through the 1990s, Caffrey remained busy but was essentially limited to one- and two-episode TV stints, mainly on dramas. As his screen career faded, however, Caffrey returned his focus to the stage, where he has remained a presence ever since. ...

Stephen Caffrey showed a passion for acting early on, and by the time he graduated from high school, he co-founded a theater group with some friends in Chicago. In 1984, he landed a recurring part on the classic soap, "All My Children," where he appeared until 1986 and in the process earned a Daytime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Juvenile. The following year became a turning point, when he was cast as Lieutenant Myron Goldman, a lead character on CBSâ¿¿s Vietnam War drama "Tour of Duty," a groundbreaking TV series in terms of showing American combat scenes during the war; the part has remained the biggest of Caffreyâ¿¿s career. Towards the end of his "Tour of Duty" run, Caffrey appeared in a film that represented the other end of the content spectrum: "Longtime Companion," a romance set within the context of the birth of the AIDS epidemic in New York. Caffrey played Fuzzy, a lawyer who represents Howard, an actor who becomes a victim of the disease. Through the 1990s, Caffrey remained busy but was essentially limited to one- and two-episode TV stints, mainly on dramas. As his screen career faded, however, Caffrey returned his focus to the stage, where he has remained a presence ever since.

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Cinema Verite (2011)
2.
 Blowback (2000) Fake Agent Norwood
3.
 Buried Alive II (1997) Randy Riskin
4.
 Robin Cook's Virus (1995) Tad Shockley
5.
 Twist of the Knife, A (1993) Dr Jack Parker
6.
 Murder of Innocence (1993) Matthew Wade
8.
 For Richer, For Poorer (1992) Mark
9.
 Babe, The (1992) Johnny Sylvester--Age 30
10.
 House on Sycamore Street, The (1992) Jack Parker
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